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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALs AND THE ROLE OF STAKE HOLDERS IN FCT. Presentation at the FCT National Orientation Agency Public enlightenment Campaign on Millennium Development Goals MDGs By ARI, Isa Muhammad FCT MDGs coordinator 8 TH April 2008. Objectives.

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implementation of the millennium development goals and the role of stake holders in fct
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALs AND THE ROLE OF STAKE HOLDERS IN FCT.

Presentation at the FCT National Orientation Agency Public enlightenment Campaign on Millennium Development Goals MDGs

By

ARI, Isa Muhammad

FCT MDGs coordinator

8TH April 2008

objectives
Objectives
  • To present the MDGs implementation progress in the FCT
  • To outline the roles stakeholders will play in the programme
  • To strengthen community ownership of the programme
outline
Outline
  • Objectives
  • Introduction
  • Structure of FCT MDGs
  • Existing activities (MDGs/DRG)
  • Ongoing activities under the conditional grant scheme (CGS)
  • Advocacy visits
  • Geophysical Surveys
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Monitoring Templates

  • Project Website
  • Baseline Data Capture
  • Budget Review
  • Stakeholders In The Implementation of MDGs In The FCT.
  • Lessons Of Experience
  • Hoping for brighter future
introduction
INTRODUCTION
  • In September 2000, under the aegis of the United Nations, 170 heads of state and Government unanimously adopted a comprehensive Millennium Declaration committing their nations to partnership for a “peaceful prosperous and just World”.
  • The Millennium Declaration generated the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) a set of concrete, quantitative and time- bound targets to be reached by the year 2015 through coherent, coordinated and mutually supportive actions. The MDGs address the problem of the people”.
  • This global consensus, is a culmination of a long history of international efforts to promote sustainable and equitable development represents a unique opportunity to forge a global partnership to address poverty in all its dimension- not only in terms of hunger, diseases, illiteracy, poor housing, discrimination and vulnerability.
fct mdgs cgs is set to advance
FCT MDGs CGS is set to advance....
  • Goal 1. Eradication Extreme Poverty and Hunger.
  • Goal 2. Achieve Universal Primary Education.
  • Goal 3. Promote Gender Equality and Empower women.
  • Goal 4. Reduce Child Mortality.
  • Goal 5. Improve Maternal Health.
  • Goal 6. Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases.
  • Goal 7. Ensure Environment Sustainability
  • Goal 8. Develop a global Partnership for Development.
structure of fct mdgs
STRUCTURE OF FCT MDGs

Minister

Steering Committee

Project Support Unit (PSU)

Conditional Grant Scheme (CGS)

MDGs DRG/ MDAS

Task Team

Implementation Task Team

Focal Persons representing the MDAs

Comm. Based Management Committee

existing activities mdgs drg
EXISTING ACTIVITIES (MDGs/DRG)

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SECT

  • Advocacy on gender issues.
  • Capacity building for gender focal persons.
  • Scaling up of Infrastructures in Orphanages and child Institutions.
  • Procurement of basic amenities for equipping orphanages and child institutions.
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CONT.

EDUCATION SECRETARIAT

  • Construction of UBE 130 classroom/provision of 130 sets of classroom furniture.
  • Procurement of teaching materials.
  • Capacity building for teachers comprising , Head Teachers, Asst. Head teachers and subject teachers.
  • Construction of 168 units of VIP toilets.
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CONT.

AGRIC AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT SECRETARIAT

  • Production of Improve seeds/seedlings for distribution.
  • Development of integrated pest management program.
  • Strengthening of research, extension farmers linkage- emphasis on youth and women farmers group.
  • Establishment of 2 Nos each of improved agro processing demonstration centres for cassava and rice.
  • Construction of 1 No silo storage grains.
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CONT.

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES SECRETARIAT

  • Construction and equipping of six(6) wards Health system ( a primary health centre fed by six (6) clinics).
  • Upgrading facilities for emergency obstetrics care in Nyanya and Gwarimpa hospitals.
  • Construction of Health post in eight (8) resettlement centres.
  • Training of doctor, midwives and other health workers on life saving skills.
advocacy visits
ADVOCACY VISITS
  • Area Councils
  • Community Heads
geophysical surveys
GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYS

In house geophysical surveyors sourced and assigned to ACs to ensure ;

  • Standardization
  • Professionalism
  • Sustainability
monitoring templates
MONITORING TEMPLATES

Monitoring templates developed for all categories and types of project detailing;

  • Stages involved in project execution
  • What to look for at every stage
  • Site Diaries for record of site visits
project website
PROJECT WEBSITE

The project web address www.mdgfctaabuja.org

  • Website to track project implementation
  • Website to give up-to-date baseline data of FCT communities
  • Website design as a transparency initiative of the FCTA MDG implementation.
baseline data capture
BASELINE DATA CAPTURE
  • baseline data gathering templates already issued out to local Area Councils
  • With very encouraging result from the Area Councils
baseline data capture1
BASELINE DATA CAPTURE
  • Capacity building of Baseline data gathering personnel
  • Use of local resources primary / secondary school teachers
  • Naationalconsultants
budget review
BUDGET REVIEW
  • Inline with the agreement to revisit use of counterpart funding;
  • About 93 million Naira has been reallocated to upgrade projects
  • 17 Million Naira saved from Bills reassessment also reallocated
  • -12 more communities were given water schemes
  • -92primary schools with Boreholes and;
  • -78 VIP- toilets were added
stakeholders in the implementation of mdgs in the fct
STAKEHOLDERS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MDGS IN THE FCT.
  • Stakeholders are all the people and institutions within the FCT that will be impacted or influenced by the MDG program. They include the FCTA and its agencies, the Area Councils, the communities, the international donor agencies, the NGOs and the private sector.
fcta its agencies
FCTA & ITS AGENCIES
  • Prescribing the minimum standard for the MDGs Projects.
  • Provision of basic data required for effective implementation of MDGs projects/ programs.
  • Organising capacity strengthening programs for other .stakeholders.
  • Liaising with donor agencies and other development partners in matters relating to MDGs.
  • Supervising & monitoring the implementation of MDGs projects & program.
  • Encouragement & stimulation of the active participation of the private sector, non-governmental and voluntary organizations, as well as local communities in the scheme.
area councils
AREA COUNCILS
  • Support the FCTA in providing capacity training programs for other stakeholders.
  • Ensuring there are no unnecessary diversions of facilities meant for the MDGs project.
  • Creating adequate awareness among communities
  • Providing adequate security for all MDGs projects in their Area Councils.
  • Ensuring the maintenance of standards through adequate monitoring of the MDGs projects.
  • Providing counterpart funding for the execution of MDGs progamme in their domain
communities
COMMUNITIES
  • Participation and ensuring the security and maintenance of both ongoing and completed projects.
  • Providing necessary baseline data on the programs initiated for their communities.
  • Identifying with the problems and success in the realisation of the MDGs.
  • Participation in monitoring of projects within their communities.
  • Ownership and sustaining the service delivery level
international donor agency
INTERNATIONALDONORAGENCY
  • Provide technical assistance for the realisation of the MDGs.
  • Sourcing for funds
  • Capacity building
  • Monitoring & Evaluation
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NGOs
  • Mobilise resources to support the achievements of the MDGs.
  • Assist in strengthening the capacity of communities for the achievement of the MDGs.
  • Monitoring & Evaluation.
the private sectors
THE PRIVATE SECTORS
  • Supporting the FCTA in provision of expertise for MDGs.
  • Ensuring that they gear their program towards the realisation of the MDGs.
  • Adhere to the principles of corporate social responsibilities
lessons of experience
Lessons of experience
  • Access to rural communities.
  • Lack of reliable and adequate baseline data.
  • Duplication of borehole projects
  • Maintenance of facilities provided by government
  • Strategic planning of development project
  • Community involvement in the planning process
hoping for brighter future
Hoping for brighter future
  • Integrated planning process that is community driven through LEEDS and FEEDS.
  • In 2years government will provide Water in 75% of the rural communities in FCT, provide access to basic health & education to 85% of the communities within 30mins.to 1hr. trekking distance.
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